Under Wyoming law, an individual who performs service for wages is an employee for purposes of unemployment compensation coverage unless it is shown that the individual:
• Is free from control or direction over the details of the performance of services by contract and in fact;
• Represents his or her services to the public as a self-employed individual or an independent contractor; and
• May substitute another individual to perform his or her services (WY Stat. Sec. 27-3-104).